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Ticketing Survey closed

We recently ran a ticketing survey asking for your input about changing the ticketing general sale to a lottery based system, and it would be fair to say that we got a lot of support and tons of feedback. A lot of you also raised very valid and well thought out...

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Burning Burning Everywhere

When Burns get cancelled, Burner spirit gets bottled up and eventually explodes all over the default world! The last two years have seen an increase in community projects, creativity and entrepreneurial spirit.  Burning Man has started two initiatives to record and...

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ExCom meeting minutes available to read 

So what does ExCom get up to every month anyway? Is it mostly an exchange of jolly good guffaws and thigh slapping, or are they all lizards who hide their third eyelids by blinking real fast? If you care to find out what is said at the monthly meetings which every...

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Kiwiburn – A Biophilic Festival

Kiwiburner Jax, who - as those of you who follow the Kiwiburn Facebook group will know - has been doing some anthropological work on Burner culture, recently won the postgraduate essay competition run by the academic journal Sites. Her article Kiwiburn - A Biophilic...

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Situations Vacant

Kiwiburn cannot function without participants who are keen to volunteer year-round in both leadership and support roles. Although the Paddock could fit more Burners than the number of tickets sold at past Burns, we simply don’t have enough volunteers to make this...

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Photography Survey Results

We asked, you answered, we read. And read and read and read, because the photography survey contained so many thoughtful insights, ideas, and observations! We can’t thank you enough for sharing your experience with us. And for applying your minds to how we can...

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Survey of Photography at Kiwiburn 2021

Summary The survey was answered by 161 respondents, 37% of whom did not take any photos at this Burn and the rest largely followed the principles of consent. Nearly all were private people (one official photographer responded) and those taking photos mostly used cell...

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